Updated: Wed, 12 Sep 2012 06:04:51 GMT | By Jason Buckland, MSN Money
Which country pays the most for gas?

The 10 countries where drivers pay the most to fill up at the pump.



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Motorists heading to the pumps this morning were in for a shock in many places in the country. According to TomorrowsGasPricesToday.com, prices shot up by 13 cents per litre in Montreal, for an average price of $1.53 per litre at some stations. Toronto drivers were hit by a 3.4 cent hike, bringing costs up to $1.37 per litre.

How does Canadians' pain at the pumps compare worldwide? Credit Sesame crunched the numbers. Click through to see where gas takes up the most of a driver's paycheque.

*All figures in USD. Gas prices current as of May 2012.

* Bing: Find the lowest gas prices near you

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